lexington, ink and blood, Final Lexington Weekend Hosts History of the Bible LectureDr.
William Noah, founder and chief curator of the Ink & Blood museum
exhibition, will host an interactive lecture on the history and
transmission of the Bible beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday in Heritage
Hall West at the Lexington Convention Center.

Noah’s lecture, free with paid admission to the exhibit, will cap
off Ink & Blood’s 66-day engagement in Lexington with a discussion
of the printing revolution, the translation of the Bible into English,
the development of the King James Bible and the impact of the Bible on
western civilization.

Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to the English Bible is a
traveling museum show on the history of the Bible that includes more
than 100 priceless artifacts ranging from Dead Sea Scroll fragments and
King James Bibles to a working replica of the Gutenberg Press. The
exhibit will close the doors on its two-month run in Lexington at 6
p.m. Sunday.

From Lexington, the Ink & Blood artifacts will move to the
Florida International Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, where it’s
scheduled to open in January 2006. For more information about the
exhibit or to purchase tickets, visit Ink & Blood online at www.inkandblood.com or call1-877-33BIBLE.